Can a DHCP server (BAS, high-end router, or high-end switch) allocate IP addresses to APs

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A DHCP server can allocate IP addresses to APs if the server supports Option 43. Any device can function as a DHCP server if APs can obtain their IP addresses and ACs' IP addresses from the device. Ensure that APs can ping the ACs' IP addresses.

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NAT fails to be configured on the high-end LAN card
Q: NAT fails to be configured on high-end LAN cards. A: ACL-based traffic policies cannot be configured on high-end LAN cards (8FE1GE and 24GE cards). Therefore, when the nat outbound command is run to associate an ACL with a NAT address pool, the configuration fails. You can use the set workmode lan-card l3centralize command to disable the routing and forwarding function on high-end LAN cards and configure the AR to redirect the packets received on high-end LAN cards to the sub-core CPU for packet forwarding. In this case, the ACL-based traffic policy can be deployed and NAT can be configured on the high-end LAN card.

Can a switch allocate IP addresses to APs
A DHCP server can allocate IP addresses to APs if the DHCP server supports Option 43. Any device can function as a DHCP server if APs can obtain their IP addresses and the AC' IP address from the device in Layer 3 networking. Ensure that APs can ping the AC' source IP address.

Logging in to the peer-end controller by using the peer-end heartbeat IP address
Logging in to the peer-end controller by using the peer-end heartbeat IP address: 1. Querying the heartbeat IP address: Log in to the CLI in storage debug mode and enter ifconfig bond0. Note: If the heartbeat IP address remains unchanged, the default IP address of controller A is 192.168.2.10 and that of controller B is 192.168.2.11. 2. Logging in to the peer-end background using the peer-end heartbeat IP address: Log in to the CLI in local debug mode, enter ssh admin@peer-end IP address, and enter the peer-end user name and password. Once the information is displayed indicating that a user has logged in, press Shift + 9 quickly.

Method used to allocate and deploy the back-end IP address of OceanStor 9000 V100R001C01
During the software deployment phase, the back-end IP address of OceanStor 9000 V100R001C01 is entered in the deployment template and automatically allocated.

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